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26 jun to 28 jun 2019

Bournemouth, England

10th celebration of the International History of Public Relations Conference

Academics, practitioners and research students are again invited to submit competitive abstracts and papers for presentation at the tenth running of the International History of Public Relations Conference (IHPRC) to be held on June 26-28, 2019 at Bournemouth University.

For more information:

Public Relations Research Group of the Faculty of Media and Communication, Bournemouth University, UK


24 jun to 26 jun 2019

St Andrews, Scottland

Last Symposium Standing: Inter-disciplinary Symposium on Survival Media

  This symposium aims to bring together all who are working on survival media across the disciplines. Inviting works on survival films, reality and fictional television, literature, video games, advertising and other forms to a symposium,

24 jun to 27 jun 2019

Copenhagen, Denmark

5th Arts & Humanities Conference

The Arts & Humanities Conference is focused on the following topics:

  • History and Cultural Studies
  • Philosophical and Religious Studies
  • Literature
  • Languages
  • Performance Art (music, theatre, film)
  • Visual Arts (painting, sculpture, architecture)
  • Media and Communication

For more information:

The International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences (IIES)


20 jun to 21 jun 2019

Groningen, The Netherlands

Fourth Transnational Journalism History Conference

The Center for Media and Journalism Studies at the University of Groningen will host the fourth annual conference on Transnational Journalism History. The conference, which will be June 20 and 21, 2019, is seeking papers that study historical transformations in journalism from a transnational perspective.

For more information:

The Center for Media and Journalism Studies at the University of Groningen



19 jun to 21 jun 2019

Sofia, Bulgaria

The 12th Central and Eastern European Communication and Media Conference

The focus of CEECOM 2019 is the strategic and practical aspects of managing communications, thus establishing a wide interdisciplinary foundation for works in the field of communication, media studies and political sciences. The aim is to bring together a number of scholars with diverse backgrounds to exchange ideas regarding the present and the future of communication endeavors. The Call for Panels is currently open and we welcome contributions focusing on issues relating to the communication and media practice with emphasis on Central and Eastern Europe.

For more information:

Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication (Sofia University) and organized in cooperation with the ECREA Central and East European Network and the CEECOM Consortium


18 jun to 19 jun 2019

London, UK

DIPRC2019: Digital Inclusion Policy and Research Conference 2019

The primary aim of this conference is to link up international policy efforts to address digital inequalities, access and skills with the outcomes of recent research at from around the globe. The intention being to support sharing best practice and research insights.

For more information:

School of the Arts - University of Liverpool in London


17 jun to 20 jun 2019

Volda and Olden, Norway

Symposium on Media, Professions and Society

Professional and Peripheral News Workers and the Shifting Importance of Platforms. Inaugural symposium on Media, Professions and Society. This symposium will focus on facilitating constructive discussions on research-in-progress. Participants will give short presentations that spark lengthier discussions in the panel sessions, and throughout a symposium programme marked by social networking.

For more information:

Volda University College


14 jun to 15 jun 2019

Rome, Italy

Global Intersections and Artistic Interconnections: Italian Cinema and Media across Times and Spaces

Intersections of local and global: transnational influences on the Italian road to serial TV storytelling

For more information:

Wellesley College/JICMS (Journal of Italian Cinema & Media Studies)



14 jun to 14 jun 2019

Stockholm, Sweden

Artificial Intelligence // Cultural Technique

A symposium on artificiell intelligence as cultural technique

AI has emerged as a cultural technique that poses new questions on how the machinic relates to the human and vica versa: How is culture intermingling with computational processes? How is cultural work and production, cultural consumption and the experience of culture, being affected by artificial intelligence? How do we make sense of AI through cultural and aesthetic practices including not only art and culture, but also social imaginaries and fantasies?

For more information:

Media and Communication Studies at the School of Culture and Education, Södertörn University


13 jun to 14 jun 2019

Brighton, UK

6th European Conference on Social Media

The European Conference on Social Media was established 6 years ago. The conference has attracted participants from more than 40 countries and been attended by a combination of academic scholars, public sector workers, practitioners and individuals who are engaged in various aspects of the social media industry. A number of journals are selecting papers from the conference for further development and publication.

For more information:

ECSM 2019 organising committee/University of Brighton


13 jun to 13 jun 2019

London, UK

Moving Media Memory History PGR Conference 2019

The kaleidoscope of different media, memories and histories influences the remembering, forgetting and archiving of events and processes, and is therefore constantly shaping and reshaping individual and collective identities. This PGR conference will address the underlying power structures of the relationship between the three ever-evolving fields by foregrounding interdisciplinary research that crosses the boundaries separating them.

11 jun to 14 jun 2019

Helsinki, Finland

Eth­no­graphy of Com­mu­nic­a­tion and In­ter­dis­cip­lin­ary Moves

The theoretical-methodological approach of Ethnography of Communication is a particular way to study culture, communication and interaction. It lives in and nourishes multiple languages and countries and pulls on different academic communities. The conference has a two-fold structure: (1) Invited workshops and paper presentations will explore the ways in which Ethnography of Communication relates in particular with language ideology, folklore studies, and media ethnography, and (2) competitively selected individual papers and panels will present recent research and other works on the Ethnography of Communication. Professor Emeritus Robert Craig (University of Colorado, Boulder) will present the keynote.

11 jun to 12 jun 2019

Copenhagen, Denmark

ICSMPC 2019: 21st International Conference on Social Media and Political Communications

ICSMPC 2019: 21st International Conference on Social Media and Political Communications aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Social Media and Political Communications.

For more information:

The International Research Conferenc


6 jun to 7 jun 2019

London, UK

Digital Diasporas Interdisciplinary Perspectives

The Digital Diasporas international conference will take place in London on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 June 2019. Bringing together leading researchers from across disciplinary boundaries, the conference will explore the relationship between digital technologies and diasporic communities, with particular attention to linguistic and cultural diversity.

For more information:

Institute of Modern Languages Research and Digital Humanities at the School of Advanced Study


6 jun to 7 jun 2019

London, UK

CMCI Emerging Voices 2019: “Beyond Disciplines”

This year’s conference celebrates new and emerging directions in the research of culture, media and creative industries that challenge how we understand and see technological, environmental, political, institutional and aesthetic developments that are shaping our cultural landscape.

For more information:

Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries (CMCI)


6 jun to 7 jun 2019

University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK

The 8th Annual Korean Screen Cultures Conference (KSCC 2019)

The annual Korean Screen Culture Conference (KSCC) is dedicated to exploring all aspects of  Korean screen culture, including: television, K-pop, internet, computer gaming, webtoons, and film from both North and South Korea.

5 jun to 6 jun 2019

Leuven, Belgium

Media & Learning 2019

The Media & Learning Conference will combine formal and informal discussion opportunities along with inspiring presentations, practical demonstrations and hands-on workshop opportunities. The organisers plan to utilise a range of innovative as well as traditional techniques to maximise the participation of each and every participant making sure everyone leaves the conference inspired with new ideas and armed with useful information.

For more information:

Media & Learning


5 jun to 7 jun 2019

Birmingham, UK

Culture Costume and Dress: Regarding Fashionable Society

This year’s conference will explore the role of dress in fashionable society, whether that is through fashion itself, or as an expression of society in history, literature, and other fields.

5 jun to 7 jun 2019

Limassol, Cyprus

2019 Annual Conference of the European Media Management Association (emma)

Digital technology and changing consumption habits are driving media organisations to gain more insights into their audiences. At the same time, they are required to identify sustainable revenue models while also creating innovative content on different platforms to offer audiences compelling experiences. At times like these, a call for more actionable approaches by media management scholars and practitioners can contribute to our comprehension of the aforementioned disruptions.

For more information:

European Media Management Association (emma)


3 jun to 4 jun 2019

Nottingham, UK

Transnational Radical Film Cultures: An International Conference on Film, Aesthetics and Politics

Bringing together filmmakers and researchers, the conference hopes to create new and consolidate existing connections and networks, facilitate transnational and cross-cultural dialogues, and forge global solidarity among radical filmmakers around the world. 

For more information:

Hongwei Bao (Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies) Daniel Mutibwa (Department of Cultural, Media and Visual Studies)